Williamson County is home to approximately 547,545 Texas residents. Adjacent counties include Bell County to the north, Lee County to the east, Travis County to the south, and Burnet County to the west. Other nearby counties include Milam County to the northeast and Bastrop County to the southeast. The average commute time is 27 minutes for residents living in this county.
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Williamson County Cities
Georgetown is the county seat for this county. Other cities include Coupland, Florence, Granger, Hutto, Jarrell, Liberty Hill, Taylor, Thrall, and Weir. Cities that are partially in this county include Austin, Bartlett, Cedar Park, Leander, Pflugerville, Round Rock, and Thorndale.
Census designated places include Brushy Creek, Serenada, and Sonterra. Unincorporated communities include Jonah, Macedonia, Norman’s Crossing, Rice’s crossing, Schwertner, Walburg, and Waterloo.
Williamson County Schools
Students in this area are served by Bartlett Independent School District, Burnet Consolidated Independent School District, Coupland Independent School District, Florence Independent School District, Georgetown Independent School District, Granger Independent School District, Hutto Independent School District, and Jarrell Independent School District.
Additional districts include Leander Independent School District, Lexington Independent School District, Liberty Hill Independent School District, Round Rock Independent School District, Taylor Independent School District, Thrall Independent School District, and Thorndale Independent School District.
The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 92.9 percent. The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 39.4 percent.
Williamson County Parks & Recreation
The parks and recreation department for Williamson County maintains four parks and two trails. Berry Springs Park features a 2.5-mile hiking and biking trail, fishing, and camping. Once voted The Best Kept Secret in Georgetown, this park also has picnic areas, a fire ring, an amphitheater, Tonkawa, and birthday mill.
Champions Park is located in Cedar Park and features two pavilions that have picnic tables and grills. The play area has a water feature, climbing boulders, and a dinosaur play area. The park also has a scenic bridge, restrooms, and fishing spots.
Southwest Williamson County Regional Park is located in Leander. This park features a playscape pavilion, a railroad pavilion, eleven soccer fields, two softball fields, a football field, and four splash pads. The park also has tennis courts, basketball courts, and a hiking trail. This park covers 800 acres of land.
Williamson County Weather
The average high temperature for this area is 85 degrees in July, but it does get as high as 97 degrees. The average low temperature is 49 degrees in January, but it does get as low as 38 degrees. The month with the most precipitation is July. Residents can breathe easy knowing that the pollution index is 62 percent better than the nation’s average. The air quality index is 17 percent better that the nation’s average.
Williamson County Real Estate
There are currently around 192,217 residential properties in Williamson County. Of those properties, 68.6 percent are owned by a person who lives in the home. The median home value for this area is $209,400.